Two Baltimore Oriole fans were told to turn off their high-tech lighted jackets during a game between the O's and the Oakland A's because it was distracting the players. The two men, seated in the barren outfield stands at Oakland-Alameda Coliseum, wore the mini-billboard jackets which read "Go Orioles" and other blinking messages.
With the A's at bat, the second base umpire stopped the game and told the two men to shut off their attire.
In Oakland, the only things that get lit up in the Coliseum are the A's pitchers.
Even the home crowd booed the ump's decision.